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    heat / warrior jack shaft system

    is the secondary gear sprocket supposed the slide on the shaft when the nut is tight? my nut was loose, but even when tightened I can move the outer gear around. the inner one that drives the wheel looks like it has a built in key?, and the outer uses a separate key? thanks for everyones help.
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    I figured it out it is a single key for both sprockets but was broke in half

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    Quote Originally Posted by 400nitro View Post
    I figured it out it is a single key for both sprockets but was broke in half
    DO yourself a favor and put a TAV on it. The original jackshaft system is ok but the TAV is an nice improvement.

    This one has all the needed stuff.

    https://www.ombwarehouse.com/go-kart...-bolt-kit.html

    Or this one is the basic model.

    https://www.ombwarehouse.com/torque-...-3-4-bore.html
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    I plan on doing that over the winter. I'm undecided on what brand. I like the gokartsusa model. my jackshaft secondary had too long of a key, and the nut tightened against the key letting the gears slide around.

 

 

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